Status: Housemate - Entered BB15 on Day 1 - Evicted in third place
Series: Big Brother 15
FROM: COUNTY FERMANAGH
Finished third in Big Brother 2014.
Christopher was nominated in week 2 with Ash, Steven, Jale, Pauline and Marlon.
Christopher's eviction numbers are:
6 50 58 04 (Mobile)
090 20 44 58 04 (Landline)
Facts about Christopher:
Christopher is a big fan of Katy Hopkins and White Dee.
Christopher is passionate about great journalism and getting the scoop before others. He enjoys the thrill of the chase and he refuses to take the word no for an answer; ‘making things happen is everything to me’.
He is also passionate about ‘having an opinion’ and hates it when people don’t take an interest in the world around them.
Given the choice between money and love, he would choose love as he has never had a relationship. He really likes the idea of being in love and ‘building something special with the right man’.
Christopher classes himself as religious and was brought up as a Protestant. He doesn’t necessarily ‘believe in scripture but I do pray’.
Christopher thinks his best personality traits are being spontaneous and loyal. His worst traits are being ‘melodramatic and getting overexcited’.
He spends a lot of his weekends working but does tend to go out every Saturday night for a heavy night, ‘I wake up in need of a wheelchair and a bacon sandwich, wishing I was dead’. His usual night out begins with drinks at his flat, then on to some bars in either Clapham or Shoreditch.
He is single and has never been in a proper relationship. Christopher says that his confidence evaporates when it comes to relationships and says he can be ‘rather neurotic about dating’.
He isn’t looking for love in the house but ‘wouldn’t turn it down if it came along’.
In the house, Christopher would get on best with ‘eccentric, uninhibited people’. He would struggle to get on with ‘egotistical people and people who judge you’ even though he admits he can be guilty of this himself.
As a housemate, Christopher says he ‘won’t hold back and wants to let loose and have no regrets’.
In the house, Christopher will find it hard not to be able to ‘pop out for a coffee’ and having to ‘endure 24 hours of social interaction’.